Admitting you have a problem is never easy, and leaving your family for treatment over the holidays doesn’t make it any easier. Yet waiting till after the holidays is a dangerous waiting game. Do you do what you want, or what you should?
One of our graduates tells the story of how she regained the trust of her family after losing it due to her bad choices. Finding her way back from the depths of addiction she learns how to stand on her own two feet.
Addiction is something more than what you hear in the media. For addicts, like myself, it’s a hell we experience every day. I want to share a little about my experience with addiction.
During my addiction, I was crumbling and hated myself. I didn’t care who I was hurting as long as I got my instant gratification. I became extremely selfish and would hurt anyone who got in my way.
Growing up, you are told not to do drugs and how they will ruin your life. If you are anything like me you never imagine it will happen to you. Ignoring the warnings is how I found myself struggling with addiction and spending a large portion of my life so miserable. This is my story.
One of our recent graduates shares how her life changed after completing the Narconon drug rehabilitation program.
Having a plan upon leaving treatment has a huge positive impact. We take a look at what steps someone can take to increase their chances of staying sober upon leaving drug rehab.
Domestic abuse is more common than you might think in relationships where drug use and addiction are involved. One of our graduates opens up and tells her story of surviving an abusive relationship and learning to heal.
One of our graduates talks about being adopted and how she feels that played a role in her struggle with substance abuse. She has written this without using her name to feel free to openly talk about her struggles.
My experience of going to drug rehabilitation for the first time and how the Narconon program changed my life forever. I hope my story can help someone else struggling with drug addiction.